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  • LED Emergency Backup Battery - 12 Watt
  • LED Emergency Backup Battery - 12 Watt
  • LED Emergency Backup Battery - 12 Watt

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Compact Emergency LED Driver - Battery Backup

LED Emergency Backup Battery - 12 Watt

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• Dial the code to suitable rated voltage of luminaire.
• Long life high temperature recyclable Ni-Cad battery.
• Includes test switch and charge indicator accessory kit.
• For use with switched and unswitched fixtures.
• Meet or exceed all National Electrical Code and Life Safety
Code Emergency Lighting.


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The LED Emergency Equipment is UL Recognized LED Emergency Equipment that allows the same LED fixture to be used for both normal and emergency operation. In the event of a power failure, the LED Emergency Equipment switches to the emergency mode and operates the existing fixture for 90 minutes. The unit contains a battery, charger, and converter circuit in a single can and is available in different mounting configurations for individual fixture requirements. It is for use with an LED load up to 12W at a rated voltage of 12V - 48V.

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Choosing the Right Color:

  • Light color is measured on a temperature scale referred to as Kelvin (K).
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  • For a whiter light, look for bulbs marked 3500-4100K.
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